Cancer patients left to cope with mental health problems alone11 April 2018,
Press release for the new report that outlines the negative mental health impacts of cancer, how effective support can be delivered, the barriers to support and the unmet mental health support needs, and recommendations for change.
Our response to the 2017 Autumn Budget22 November 2017,
The Mental Health Foundation responds to Chancellor Philip Hammond's 2017 Autumn Budget.
Shocking new poll reveals mental health stigma in the workplace10 October 2017,
40% of Scots fear revealing a mental health problem at work would jeopardise their career.
Our response to the prime minister's party conference speech4 October 2017,
We analyse the key mental health announcements in Theresa May's Conservative Party Conference speech.
Response to Scottish Mental Health Strategy announcement30 March 2017,
Today Maureen Watt, Mental Health Minister for the Scottish Government, outlined a new ten year mental health strategy.
PM's mental health speech signals 'long-awaited and much-needed shift in thinking'9 January 2017,
Today in a speech to the Charity Commission, the Prime Minister set out a plan to end the "hidden injustice" of mental ill-health.
Mental Health Foundation responds to Health Select Committee Public Health report1 September 2016,
Today, the Health Committee published the findings of their ‘Public health post-2013 - structures, organisation, funding and delivery’ inquiry. While the report makes a number of positive recommendations for improving the delivery of public health, the focus of the recommendations are mainly on...
Taking Local Action for Better Mental Health26 July 2016,
Today, the Mental Health Foundation publishes Mental health and prevention: taking local action for better mental health. The report was commissioned by Public Health England and sets out evidence of the ways to tackle one of the great challenges of our time; the rapidly growing level of mental ill...
Mental Health Foundation Joins EU Research Partnership8 June 2016,
The Mental Health Foundation is delighted to be a part of the Citizenship, Recovery and Inclusive Society Partnership (CRISP). CRISP is an EU funded partnership which between 2016 and 2020, will support arts festivals, research, seminars, conferences and the development of tools and methods for...
Mental Health Foundation supports the call for a Mental Health Champion for Northern Ireland “prevention should be their top priority”24 February 2016,
Today, Northern Ireland hosts its first mental health summit organised by Action for Mental Health . It will reinforce calls for a Mental Health Champion to “defend the rights and interests of people living with mental illness”. Dr Iris Elliott, Head of Policy and Research at the Mental Health...